Who we serve: At World Concern, our goal is to provide life, opportunity and hope to all we serve, regardless of race, religion or gender. We serve those who might otherwise be left out of mainstream humanitarian aid because of location, ethnic background or challenging needs. In every country where we work, we seek out those with the greatest need living in the most impoverished conditions.
How we help: By tackling the causes of poverty at its roots, we aim to lift individuals, families and entire communities out of extreme poverty with long-term solutions such as education, vocational and agricultural training, improved health and hope for the future. When natural and man-made disasters strike, we provide critical disaster response services. We dig wells, build homes and schools, teach job skills and walk alongside people until they can stand on their own.
Honoring Christ: We offer hope to people struggling with extreme poverty, sharing God’s love and the possibility of a better life. By meeting physical needs, we represent Jesus Christ in a way that will give them the opportunity to see and seek Him. The motivation of our work is God's calling to honor Christ.